Written by Sienna Pagett Using strategies such as making a Sensory Toolkit and establishing a Low Anxiety Desk Space can help calm anxiety and stress while preparing for a test, but what about day-of test anxiety? How can you best care for yourself when your body enters fight/flight/freeze mode before an exam and what areContinue reading “Day-of Test Anxiety Tips”
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Low Anxiety Desk Space
Written by Sienna Pagett Do you find yourself avoiding your desk because all you associate with it is anxiety and work? I’ve been there. That’s why I comprised a list of ideas for how to redesign your desk space to minimize anxiety and maximize mindful productivity.
Sensory Toolkit and Sensory Kit on the Go
Written by Sienna Pagett Looking for an easy and fun way to help address your anxiety? Consider making your very own sensory box! So you found yourself paralyzed by anxiety and don’t know how to move forward with a task? Maybe you often find yourself watching Netflix or scrolling on Instagram when you know youContinue reading “Sensory Toolkit and Sensory Kit on the Go”
It Takes a Team: What to Expect from Exposure and Response Prevention for Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
When you have a child with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), the road to finding the best treatment options can be confusing and daunting.
Are We Facing an Anxiety Epidemic?
Are kids these days more anxious than in the past? This is one of the most commonly asked questions from parents, pediatricians, and teachers. A Google search for childhood anxiety epidemic comes up with over 5.5 million hits indicating anxiety is being discussed more frequently and more openly than in the past. However, there is no evidenceContinue reading “Are We Facing an Anxiety Epidemic?”